|Johnny-up and Johnny-down - Hunt, Mabel Leigh, 1892-1971|
Keywords: Quakers; Cousins; Quilting; Grandparents
|Quilts Their Story and How to Make Them - Webster, Marie D. (Marie Daugherty), 1859-1956|
Book from Project Gutenberg: Quilts Their Story and How to Make Them Library of Congress Classifications: NK, TT
Keywords: Coverlets; Quilting; Quilts
|The Quilter Who Went To Hell - Rob Hunter|
Libby Pease is my favorite person out of all of Willipaq County—an evocation of the usually broke and always hopeful denizens of, perhaps, just perhaps, Washington County, Maine—living free and wild in their very own Yoknapatawpha. In Maine, Hell is a destination resort, with slots and blackjack just over the next hill, but never next door. Libby’s interlocutors, even as Doctor Who’s companions, had to start somewhere...
Keywords: Quilting; Libby the Quilter; Fantasy; Slipstream; Magical Realism; Maine; Spirit world
|ICH Update 019 - October 2010 - Dale Gilbert Jarvis|
In this very hot edition of the Intangible Cultural Heritage Update, the Heritage Foundation of Newfoundland and Labrador launches its second annual Folklife Festival. This year, the festival is called The Festival On Fire, and celebrates fire and fire-related traditions including the annual November 5th Bonfire Night Celebrations. The Update also features a review of the 2010 Doors Open program, notes from a folklore researcher on textile traditions on the Great Northern Peninsula, and communit...
Keywords: bonfire night; newfoundland; intangible cultural heritage; guy fawkes; quilting; knitting; fire; festivals; culture
|Quality and Quirky for Quilters: Fashion Eyeglass Accessories - Eyeglass Holders|
Quilting is one of the most popular hobbies of all time. For millennia, women (and some men), have been piecing together patches of cloth to make blankets, know as quilts, that are often passed down through the generations of a single family.
Keywords: eyeglass chains; eyeglass necklace; quilting; hobby; women; family; quilts; blankets; eyeglass
|New Sample Book of Our Artistic Perforated Parchment Stamping Patterns - J. F. Ingalls|
the new sample book of our artistic perforated parchment stamping patterns is a catalog of designs for embroidery published by J. F. Ingalls 29 Munroe street Lynn Mass. U.S.A. circa 1886
Keywords: perforated; stamping; Embroidery; quilting; catalog; J. Fred Ingalls; John Frederick Ingalls; Kate Greenaway; needlework; sewing; textile; design; pattern; 1886; J. F. Ingalls